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Parks Brothers Greenhouses shared Proven Winners's Trimming Back Perennials. ...

It's time to show those perennials a little love!

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Parks Brothers Greenhouses shared Crabtree Farms's post. ...

πŸ‰πŸ‰ Tomorrow is our first pickin of WATERMELONS!! πŸ‰πŸ‰ We will also have cantaloupes and peaches along with other produce. We will open at 8 am!! πŸ‰πŸ‘πŸ₯’πŸ… 3101 Westville Road Van Buren please share #farmfresh #wegrowityoueatit

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We are now closed for the summer. We will open in September with mums and pansies. Watch for the announcement on Facebook. ...

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Close-out sale! Close-out prices!
Today only-1/2 of already marked down prices on bedding plants!!
Come early for best selection!!!
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Buy your spring flowers and summer vegetables directly from Parks Brothers Greenhouses, Arkansas's largest greenhouse grower!

Parks Brothers Greenhouses grows top quality annual bedding plants, garden vegetables, perennials, hanging baskets and patio containers in the spring. In fall and winter, our greenhouses are full of mums, pansies, kale, snapdragons and poinsettias.

Parks Brothers Retail
6733 Parks Road
Van Buren, AR 72956
(479) 410-2217

Please call us at 479-410-2217 for our hours which change during the season.

Fall Flower Bed Roundup

Every year we plant pansies, violas and other fall plants in the flower beds in front of our office. I wanted to do a post about how they performed.

First all you need to know that we had an exceptionally cold winter with several weeks at or below freezing. Among the Pansies, Panolas and Violas, I think that the Panolas and Violas recovered quicker and have more color than the Pansies.

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These are the Stepables we planted last fall.

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overwintered-stepables-flowerbed2 We planted some tulips in all the flowerbeds and here is one sprouting through Wooly Thyme in front of Archer’s Gold Thyme.

This is what’s left of one of the Plentifall Pansies we planted in our planters. I do need to say that these were regularly neglected and went through some very hard freezes very dry. The fact that that made it through with the neglect is a testament to their toughness. Properly watered before freezes and they would probably look much better. As it is, they look rough but are still alive. Some pruning and sunshine and they will be looking good again in a few weeks.

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